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AFCEA Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium, Washington DC 20-22 April

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AFCEA Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium, Washington DC 20-22 April

Berkeley will be exhibiting at the AFCEA Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium in Washington DC from 20-22 April 2016. Berkeley has been securing highly classified data in collaboration platforms such as SharePoint for nearly two decades. 

Come talk to our staff at booth 1316 about how Berkeley can secure your classified data and enable inter-agency and even international classified data sharing. 

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Berkeley’s Secure Enterprise Search Generation 2 solution goes live for Defence

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Berkeley’s Secure Enterprise Search Generation 2 solution goes live for Defence

Berkeley’s Secure Enterprise Search Generation 2 solution has recently been rolled into full production allowing for a comprehensive search of classified information held by the Australian Department of Defence. Berkeley worked collaboratively with market leading Lexmark Perceptive Enterprise Search to ensure that the high level of security applied within the Nexus product was respected when returning search results, facets and when conducting entity extraction for each user. The solution extends Nexus’ premium information fusion and security protection which balances the need to know vs the need to share and prevents staff from seeing content that isn’t releasable to them.

The enterprise search solution has substantial capabilities ranging from automatic notifications about new content matching particular criteria through to the ability to save historic “snapshots” of searches for future reference. This combined with the ingestion into Nexus of over 60,000 content objects a month from a wide array of sources means that Nexus continues to provide the “Single Information Environment” for the Department of Defence.

This capability is a first for the Australian Department of Defence in their secure web environment and is a continuation of Berkeley working with some of the world’s leading companies to produce secure information management solutions.

For further information please contact Berkeley.

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Nexus integrates Military Messaging and Objective EDRMS systems

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Nexus integrates Military Messaging and Objective EDRMS systems

Berkeley has successfully deployed our Nexus based Military Messaging to EDRMS integration solution incorporated for the Australian Army. Nexus automatically ingests Military Messages, extracts metadata and then archives the messages into specific Objective EDRMS folders based on its metadata profile utilising Nexus' Automated Records Management module. Users can also receive notifications of a new message, collaborate securely on the message and have it appear real-time in Search Views based on the messages metadata profile. In addition this enables cross-domain replication of military messages, secure Enterprise Search of military message content and a full audit trail of who accessed what message and when.

This represents a significant time saving for Australian Army staff and ensures that they no longer have to double or triple handle documents.

For further information on this capability or any of the other secure data fusion capabilities of Nexus contact Berkeley.

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Berkeley exhibiting at INTERPOL World Conference

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Berkeley exhibiting at INTERPOL World Conference

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Berkeley will be exhibiting at the INTERPOL World Conference, held in Singapore between 14-16 April 2015. Berkeley's Enterprise Security Services Platform for SharePoint and Proteus solutions have assisted law enforcement agencies such as the Australian Federal Police share sensitive information with other departments.

If you'd like to see how our solutions enable the law enforcement community to collaborate on sensitive and non-sensitive data in the one place come visit us at booth #L1-S16 at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore. In line with the conference theme of "Fostering Innovation for Global Security Challenges" our products allow law enforcement agencies to collaborate across borders.

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Major new updates for Proteus

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Major new updates for Proteus

Berkeley’s Proteus Secure Information Management solution has just had a major upgrade that has been rolled out to the user community. The Enterprise Search capability has had substantial new capabilities added, ranging from automatic notifications about new content matching particular criteria through to the ability to save historic “snapshots” of searches for future reference. Proteus is now able to ingest XML-based content and automatically create content items from it, furthering the capability already in place to ingest emails and Mercury messages. There have also been some User Interface enhancements, including a new “lightbox” style of viewing content items that displays content, associated metadata and collaboration in a single view.

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Did you see us at FutureGov?

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Did you see us at FutureGov?

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Hot on the heels of our appearance at MilCIS 2014 in Canberra, we were pleased to sponsor and exhibit at the FutureGov Summit, a conference track of 250 top officials in combination with an Expo showcasing the latest government ICT solutions to an additional 500 visitors. If you weren't able to drop by our stand in the exhibition area but would like to get in touch, contact us any time!

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Berkeley moves into a new ACT office

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Berkeley moves into a new ACT office

Berkeley has moved into new office premises in Canberra, reflecting the growing presence of Berkeley in secure Information Management within the Australian Government space. The new office is located in the Serron CyberCentre in Fyshwick, already popular for Australian Government. Contact details are as follows:

Suite 4 , Serron CyberCentre 12 Albany Street Fyshwick ACT 2609 AUSTRALIA

Tel: 02 6162 6306 Fax: 02 6162 6300

Our new office complements our existing office facilities in the Sydney CBD, as well as the many staff we have operating on-site within Australian Government sites on any given day providing support services for Berkeley products. We pride ourselves on our availability to our customers and the new office will further enhance this quality.

 

 

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